mild cognitive impairmentAccording to the findings of a new study by the experts of the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, modern men are at up to 50 per cent higher risks of suffering from such condition as memory loss, which can lead to very serious health problems like mild cognitive¬† impairment (MCI), Alzheimer’s disease (dementia) and so on. Experts claim that aging is linked to more memory loss in men, as well as to more speedy loss of some brain skills like planning, judgement, remembering things, or performing easy day-to-day tasks. These findings were recently published in the medical online journal Neurology. Read the rest of this entry »

December 20, 2009

A new study carried out by the specialists from psychiatry department at the University of Cincinnati suggests that regular consumption of grape juice is linked to lower risks of having memory loss, and even a certain reverse of memory loss process. Grapes and grape juice are among the most valuable and useful natural remedies, which can be perfect sources of many essential nutrients and minerals. Such properties as improving our immune system, lowering the risks of having stroke and strengthening our cardio-vascular health are among the most important health benefits of grape juice and grapes. Read the rest of this entry »

Rose Scent Can Help Boost Memory

Author: Carla Fiscina
October 23, 2009

In our times, scientists suggest a number of ways how to use natural approaches and certain herbal remedies to boost our memory. You can add to your diet such foods as walnuts, blueberries, spinach, broccoli, tomatoes or pumpkin seeds. Herbal remedies which can help us improve our memory include sage, rosemary, ginseng, Ginkgo Biloba or an exotic herb called “gotu kola“, which is quite popular in India. In the beginning of 2009, German scientists reported in the journal Science about one more effective way to use herbal remedies to boost memory. They claim that the scent of roses can have positive effects on our memory and help us memorize the things better. Read the rest of this entry »

July 13, 2009

Drinking two-three big cups of coffee a day can have therapeutic effects and help people to lower the risks of having memory problems associated with Alzheimer’s disease. The scientists from University of South Florida are convinced that all caffeinated drinks (especially coffee) have serious positive effects on our brain function. They say that our regular morning coffee is a key to having perfect memory and possible prevention of memory loss. Read the rest of this entry »